Sprawling Metropolis, Indore

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Hindi, English and Malvi dialect of Hindi

1 Days

October to March

Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport
21℃ to 29℃

Indore Tourism

Indore is an industrially booming city while also rich in heritage and culture. This beautiful blend of ancient and modern era makes Indore one of a kind. Being the commercial capital, Indore has proven to be up to mark with every new development and has been one of the fore-runners in the development of the country in the era of modernization. With an enticing history of the Holkar Dynasty, one can see themselves fall for the beauty of the city. The 7-story Rajwada Palace and the Lal Baag Palace, which date back to Indore’s 19th-century Holkar dynasty, talks about the beautiful heritage of this city.

Indore has proven to be a hub for trading and industrial practices in the state and is thus called the commercial capital of India. Industrialization has expanded from manufacturing textiles, tile, cement etc while small businesses like pottery-making and hand-loom weaving continue to coexist. Indore is also famous for its delicacies, of which it's Imarti and Poha is widely known. It is a well-planned city with an easy commute via buses or railways and hubs some of the most prestigious educational institutions like the Indian Institute of Science(IIT) and Indian Institute of Management (IIM)

Indore is a combination of ancient and modern lifestyles in a unique atmosphere.

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Modernization meets Heritage

Indore is a very old city that has been able to upgrade itself with the modernization and the globalization. It has a very diverse culture. People from all around the country have set their livelihood here. The people here follow Hinduism in Madhya Pradesh however, some parts of Muslim, Jains, Christian and Buddhists. A small population of Sikh is also present here. Shivaji Rao was one of the great builders who has built most of the buildings and palaces of Indore. The Lalbagh palace is one of the most important palaces in the Holkar dynasty. There are many festivals celebrated such as Rangapanchami, Ahilya Utsav, Anant Chaudas etc. Indore is rich in heritage and culture. 

How to reach

Indore is well connected via railways, airways and roadways. The nearest airport is 7 km away from the city centre, Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport. The city of Indore is well connected with local buses and other means of local transport as well.

How to Reach by Flight

The nearest airport is Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport, which is 7 km away from the city centre and frequents both international and domestic flights. It connects all the major cities of India.

How to Reach by Train

The main station of Indore is Indore Junction railway station which connects Indore to the rest of the cities in India.

How to Reach by Bus

Buses frequent from major cities like Delhi, Jaipur etc to Indore and are very convenient. rates for these buses can range from cheap to slightly expensive depending upon the type of bus to take to commute.

How to Reach by Road

Indore is connected to all cities by roadways. You can hire a cab or take your own car to travel to Indore. 

How to travel within

Indore is well connected with local buses and other local transport as well. Tourists can hire cabs for a comfortable journey throughout the city for sightseeing.

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Multi-cuisine in Indore

The cuisine of Indore comprises a variety of delicacies with a hint of South Indian influence. Starting from street food to fine dining, Indore will have everything you need. Being a hub to many commercial markets and industries, you'll find all varieties of cuisines- Maratha, Rajasthani, Continental, Muslim and South-Indian, Bengali and Mughlai. Indore is famous for its Imarti and Poha and an assortment of street food like  Pani Puri, Vadas, Dosas, Sabudana Khichdi, Bhel Puri, Poha, etc. Jal-jeera and Lassi are easily found there to keep yourself hydrated 

Indore Itinerary

DAY 1:

-Visit Rajwada for grandeur that the city has to offer in the form of all the monuments.

-Visit the charming Lal Bagh Palace for its enticing history.

-If you don't wish to cover these historical locations then go to the Central Museum that'll give you an idea about the history.

-For food, go to Chappan Dukkan for Bina Tala Samosa and the Bhel Puri, among other dishes.

DAY 2:

-Visit the Annapurna Temple, Sitalamata Mandir and Kanch Mandir, to witness the biggest Ganapati idol.

-Take some time and go to the MT cloth market or Treasure Island nearby for a good shopping experience.

 

DAY 3:

-Visit the wonderful Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary.

-Relax later at the Forest Rest House.

-Explore the street food around the city.

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